Camp Lejeune – Water Contamination Lawsuit

Camp Lejeune Toxic Water Contamination Lawsuit

Our top attorneys are now handling claims for victims of injuries and deaths from the toxic water contamination at Camp Lejeune between 1953-1987.

If you or a loved one were exposed to the water supply (via drinking water and/or bath water) at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune or Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) New River, in North Carolina and subsequently suffered adverse health conditions, you may be entitled to compensation.

Camp Lejeune and MCAS New River’s Water Was Dangerously Toxic!!!

From 1953 to 1987, the water supply at Camp Lejeune and MCAS was dangerously toxic. The water contained significant chemical contamination and its contaminants have been linked to multiple cancers and other health-related issues and diseases. Our environmental litigation lawyers can also discuss the potential Camp Lejeune water contamination settlement amounts.

 

Contact Peter Angelos Law - 410-649-2000 - for a free consultation.

Even if you have sought legal recourse for a Camp Lejeune water contamination claim in the past and been denied, you may still have a case. Congress has recently passed new legislation - the Camp Lejeune Justice Act of 2022 - to allow victims of contaminated water at Camp Lejeune to file lawsuits for damages.

In the past, the statute of limitations prevented victims and/or family members of those exposed to Camp Lejeune toxic water from suing for damages. In those cases, most people only qualified for a disability claim that did not provide adequate compensation. This new law changes that, allowing victims to bring a civil lawsuit even if they have already claimed disability.

If you or someone you know lived or worked at Camp Lejeune between 1953 to 1987 and suffered water toxicity-related illnesses, such as cancer, Parkinson's, or any other medical problems, you may be eligible for settlement compensation from the government.

Allowing our team of lawyers to advocate for you and your loved ones may be the most important thing you do today!

The Law Allows Victims to Seek Financial Compensation

The President recently signed into law; a bi-partisan bill named:  "The Camp Lejeune Justice Act." The bill grants Camp Lejeune's toxic water victims who ingested and/or bathed in tainted water at Camp Lejeune from 1953 to 1987 - the ability to seek financial compensation for exposure to toxic drinking water and their injuries. If you believe you are entitled to compensation, contact Peter Angelos Law now at 410-649-2000.

Camp Lejeune Toxic Exposure: Do You Qualify for Compensation?

The Camp Lejeune Justice Act of 2022 applies to all individuals, exposed for at least 30 days to water that was supplied by or on behalf of the United States, between August 1, 1953, and December 31, 1987, and who were injured by such exposure, including:

  1. All members, of all branches of the United States Military, who served at either location
  2. Cadets, soldiers, and officers who served at either location
  3. All Spouses, children, and other family members who were exposed at either location
  4. Babies exposed in utero, via their mother
  5. Veterans, Reservists, and National Guard members who served at either location
  6. All On Base Contractors and Employees
  7. All other individuals who were on base for any other legally approved reason

Contact Our Expert Team of Attorneys For a Free Consultation Today!

Our attorneys have recovered billions of dollars on behalf of injured individuals in past lawsuits and have successfully pursued thousands of cases for groundwater contamination in the past. We will use our decades of legal experience on behalf of you and your loved ones.

Consequently, if you or a loved one were exposed to contaminated water at Camp LeJeune, North Carolina, or Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) New River, North Carolina, between 1953 and 1987, it is important you contact us today at 410-649-2000, for a free, no-cost consultation.

The time to file a claim is limited, so it is important you contact us today before it is too late.